Zlatan Ibrahimovic rose from a difficult adulthood to become one of the most famous professional football stars.
He has played for clubs in Sweden, the Netherlands, Italy, England, Spain, and won many titles as well as scored many goals to help his teams compete when winning up to 8 titles. One of the most extreme figures in modern football, Ibrahimovic released an autobiography that later became the best-selling book of 2011.
Soccer player Zlatan Ibrahimovic was born on October 3, 1981 in Malmö, Sweden, into a family with a Bosnian father and a Croatian mother. His parents divorced when Ibrahimovic was only 2. He had to go through a difficult childhood in Rosengård district. He soon became a tall athlete, agile and showing talent in football.
Ibrahimovic first debuted as a professional player for Malmö FF in 1999. Here, Ibrahimovic helped the club in the second division to leapfrog to play the first division in the following season. The striker then signed with the famous Dutch club AFC Ajax and had the opportunity to hone his skills here. He also made an important contribution to the squad that won two championships. From here, Ibrahimovic also started to be known as a very hot-tempered player.
After four years with Ajax, Ibrahimovic moved to Juventus FC and helped the Italian club win two Serie A titles. arrange match results in the details related to the infamous Calciopoli scandal at the time. Ibrahimovic was forced to move to Inter Milan. The success the striker earned here is even more resounding. Same club, Ibrahimovic won 3 Serie A titles in a row and the title of player with the most goals in the 2009 season.
Moved by FC Barcelona to Juventus in exchange for Samuel Eto’o in the 2009 season, Ibrahimovic continues to play the leading role in the most successful club in Spain, aiming to win the championship and win the Super Cup. He was at odds with manager Pep Guardiola and spent the next season playing for AC Milan on loan. The Italian club then bought his contract for the 2011-2012 season and at AC Milan, Ibrahimovic won the second MVP title.
After moving to Paris Saint-Germain in the 2012 season, the veteran striker proved that he still has a lot to offer by winning the third scoring goal with 30 goals in his career, helping the club win the title. First Ligue 1 brand after 19 years of waiting.
Moving to Manchester United in the 2016 season, Ibrahimovic helped the English club win the 2017 UEFA Europa League Final. He returned the following season, but didn’t play any game due to a knee injury. end of December.
In March 2018, MU confirmed the termination of the veteran’s contract, allowing him to continue his career at LA Galaxy in the US. Ibrahimovic then announced on Instagram: “Great things come to an end. It’s time to move on after two fantastic seasons with Manchester United. Thank you to the club, to all of you, fans, the whole team, the coaching staff, the staff and everyone who shared with me this precious time”.